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LCSN: Holiday sales season starting early this year

October 30, 2009. Retrieved online October 30, 2009 from Brook Stockberger, Las Cruces Sun-News LAS CRUCES - Laurie Wright Haluska of Las Cruces acknowledged that worries about the economy and personal finances will play a role in her holiday shopping this year. "We're going to be spending the absolute minimum this year," said Haluska, who said friends and family members understand the situa More »

LC Bulletin: Climbing out of a recession

September 25, 2009. Retrieved online October 2, 2009 from GABRIEL VASQUEZ, Las Cruces Bulletin Confidence returning, but recovery still slow "Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke said Tuesday, Sept. 15, that the economy is “very likely” out of the worst recession since the 1930s. He also warned that unemployment would remain high for some time to come. Tony Popp, department head and More »

Meet Dr. Starbuck: NMSU’s University Research Council Chair

by Hamid M. Rad, Office of Strategic Initiatives NMSU RESEARCH NEWS, June 2009 Recently elected University Research Council (URC) chair, Dr. Meghan Starbuck is an outstanding professor at the Department of Economics and International Business with a passion for teaching and research. Dr. Starbuck will lead this stand-alone council established to foster research at New Mexico State University More »

Pie a Professor: A Pie-in-the-Eye for Dr. Anthony Popp

A Pie-in-the-Eye for Dr. Anthony Popp, who “won” the Delta Sigma Pi(e) contest by raising the most money for students to attend the biennial Delta Sigma Pi National Congress in Orlando, FL, this August. Jessica Butchko, Chair, Grand Chapter of Delta Sigma Pi (a co-ed professional business fraternity) came up with the idea and Delta Sigma Pi students persuaded professors to participate. More »

Research & Resources: He’s One of the Go-to Guys

Spring, 2007 by Justin Bannister NMSU Research & Resources Don’t expect to find Jim Peach standing still for very long; he’d probably end up late for class or a meeting or another one of his many other duties at New Mexico State University. “Some days it seems like all I do is go to meetings,” Peach said jokingly. It’s an understandable situation, considering he has more th More »

Preliminary study reveals NMSU’s half-a-billion dollar impact on county last fiscal year

June 2, 2005 by Jeany Llorente NMSU News Center A preliminary economic assessment shows that New Mexico State University 's main campus and Doña Ana Branch Community College contributed an estimated $578 million in economic activity in Doña Ana County during the 2004-05 fiscal year. “What we've measured is the static impact, or the impact in a single year, of the expenditures made by NMS More »